down the pike. >> lovely. joe greco, i want to talk about the role the computers played in the sell-off itself. as i understand it, they had algorithms in place that would recognize certain words like "explosion," coupled with "white house," and when they see that, that's when the selling occup i automatically begins. is that what was happening here? >> sure, just as easily as all the relevant websites pop up in whatever internet search engine you're typing into as you're typing the words, there are algorithms, very well-funded, high-frequence funds or, you know, as i like to say, quick twitch funds, that go out there and scan and scrape all the news and the media. and whatever the media puts out there. so, clearly, one read this and, you know, interpreted it as very negative, very bearish, and decided to put in a sell algorithm, which then wiped out whatever liquidity was immediately under ton bid. but then what you saw was all the reaction that folded, which is bids drew, liquidity dried up, and the market sold off rapidly. it was the one-two punch there.